Lot 5699: Rolex Men's Stainless Steel, QuickSet, Diam Dial & Diam/Emerald Bezel - REF-441X8A

Federal Government Auction

March 20, 2017
Norwalk, CA, US

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Description: REF-441X8A ---- Rolex Men's Stainless Steel, QuickSet, Diam Dial & Diam/Emerald Bezel

This watch is in Excellent Condition.
Newly serviced & Polished to Factory specifications.
Prepetual, Self-Winding movement.
Twinlock double waterproof


WATCH DETAILS:

ITEM: Watch

BRAND: Rolex

TYPE: Stainless Steel

FEATURE: QuickSet

MODEL: DateJust

MADE: Swiss Made

GENDER: Men's

CONDITION: Pre-Owned

FUNCTION: Date

DIAL COLOR: white

HOUR MARKERS: 10 Round Custom Made Diamond

BEZEL TYPE: Custom Made Diamond & Emerald Bezel

BEZEL STONE: Diamond 1 CTW G-VVS1 & 4 Colombian Emerald

BEZEL MATERIAL: 18K Gold

BRACELET TYPE: Jubilee

BRACELET MATERIAL: Stainless Steel

CLASP TYPE: Folding Clasp

CLASP MATERIAL: Stainless Steel

CASE STONE:

CASE SIZE: 36mm

CRYSTAL: Scratch Resistance Sapphire Crystal

MOVEMENT: Automatic (Self Winding)

CALIBER: 3035

CROWN TYPE: Screw Down Crown

WATER RESISTANCE: Waterproof to 10 ATM/100 meters/330 feet

MODEL #: 16014

SKU #: AMSJQS165

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DISPUTES/ CHARGEBACKS

By participating in Federal Government Auction, the bidder entirely agrees to the dispute resolution specified in the foregoing paragraph as the bidder's SOLE means to resolve any and all disputes which may arise with Federal Government Auction. By placing a bid the bidder specifically agrees that bidder will not file a dispute or chargeback of any kind with an online venue, a credit card, or any other third-parties. Bidder specifically waives the right to initiate a credit card chargeback dispute on any basis of claim and agrees that bidder will pay Federal Government Auction a minimum of $300 plus hourly charges and costs for any such chargeback dispute opened, due to the severe administrative burden of such disputes and their direct violation of the dispute provisions above. In the event that Bidder violates this dispute resolution provisions, in consideration of Federal Government Auction's approval of the application of the bidder to bid in Federal Government Auction's auction, bidder confesses judgment to fraud having been committed by bidder against Federal Government Auction and further agrees that bidder is liable to Federal Government Auction for all damages, losses and costs, including time charges, resulting from chargebacks or any claims.
Shipping Terms: FREE Domestic Shipping, International Bidders pays shipping cost and applicable tax/duties. We ship within 5-7 business days after receipt of payment. Tracking numbers will be emailed once merchandise is shipped.
Federal Government Auction provides shipping service as a convenience to our customers. Federal Government Auction includes an estimated amount in the auction invoice post sale. All domestic shipments are insured at the total bid amount contained in the shipment. Federal Government Auction pays for insurance services at its own expense as security for both our customers and Federal Government Auction. We also require a direct signature from the bidder upon delivery. Large, heavy, fragile or otherwise unusual items may incur additional charges. Federal Government Auction utilizes UPS or FedEx ground shipping for U.S. domestic shipments, which may take between three and seven business days. Under special circumstances, Federal Government Auction may ship items using UPS or FedEx Express mail, private carriers or pack and ship companies, the cost of which will be charged to the bidder. Shipping and handling charges to foreign countries often require registry or express mail. The shipping carriers may also limit insurance coverage to foreign locations. Federal Government Auction will ship items to foreign locations using the same classes of mail service and additional postal services that it uses to ship to U.S. domestic locations, to the extent that such services are available.
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There are times in which we encounter excessive delays obtaining the lots from the consignors so this may delay shipment. However, this is very uncommon. Under the rare occasion that a lot/s cannot be obtained from the consignor, the auction will be cancelled and a 100% refund of your payment will be issued.

DISPUTES/ CHARGEBACKS

By participating in Federal Government Auction, the bidder entirely agrees to the dispute resolution specified in the foregoing paragraph as the bidder's SOLE means to resolve any and all disputes which may arise with Federal Government Auction. By placing a bid the bidder specifically agrees that bidder will not file a dispute or chargeback of any kind with an online venue, a credit card, or any other third-parties. Bidder specifically waives the right to initiate a credit card chargeback dispute on any basis of claim and agrees that bidder will pay Federal Government Auction a minimum of $300 plus hourly charges and costs for any such chargeback dispute opened, due to the severe administrative burden of such disputes and their direct violation of the dispute provisions above. In the event that Bidder violates this dispute resolution provisions, in consideration of Federal Government Auction's approval of the application of the bidder to bid in Federal Government Auction's auction, bidder confesses judgment to fraud having been committed by bidder against Federal Government Auction and further agrees that bidder is liable to Federal Government Auction for all damages, losses and costs, including time charges, resulting from chargebacks or any claims.
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